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Traffic Report

.. There’s a woman in that beat-up Volvo with a secret, and she’s carrying it all the way to the coast in a borrowed suitcase. The ’87 Honda’s got a warning light on, but the couple hasn’t noticed; they’ve got … Continue reading

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Going Somewhere Soon

Not all those who wander are lost. ― J.R.R. Tolkien   .. Follow me softly says the call of the breeze, these trees, the way the slant of sunlight spotlights that petal, this blade. We shade ourselves in silence, the songs … Continue reading

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So long, how ya been?

.. I am in -finitely busy collecting the comings and goings of snails, trails of slime spread far and wide. I am enamored of the buzz -iness of bees, honeyed hallowed hum and thrum of wings. See? Un -hurried, no … Continue reading

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